Valour is Australia's official sports apparel partner for Trinbago 2023 ©CGA

Australian clothing brand Valour has been appointed as the country's official sports apparel partner for the Trinbago 2023 Commonwealth Youth Games set to take place from August 4 to 11.

The appointment marks Valour's first collaboration with an Australian Commonwealth Games team.

"Valour has already demonstrated a keen understanding of the requirements needed for the Australian Commonwealth Youth Games team, and we look forward to seeing their vision come to life," said Commonwealth Games Australia chief executive Craig Phillips.

"With a history of outfitting high performing sports teams, the team at Valour clearly understands and is committed to ensuring that our athletes have everything they need to perform at their best.

"For many of these athletes, it will be their first time competing in an international multi-sport event and we want to ensure they are comfortable and confident when in their performance wear, something we look forward to working with Valour to deliver."

The company has previously worked with high-performance partners including the New South Wales Institute of Sport and multiple state organisations.

It is set to provide a collection of more than 5,000 items for cycling, rugby sevens, triathlon, and athletics as well as team accessories.

Valour will also produce clothing for the team to be worn during the Opening and Closing Ceremonies featuring designs that pay tribute to First Nations Australians.

"Valour's premium quality apparel will be worn by the team's young and talented athletes, giving them an edge over their competitors as they represent their country in this prestigious international event," said Valour managing director Ryan Tesoriero,

"Furthermore, this partnership presents an excellent opportunity for Valour to showcase our manufacturing and supply capabilities, solidifying our position as the leading choice for Australian representative teams seeking an Australian-owned partner."

Approximately 70 athletes are set to represent Australia at the Games which are set to be the first of its kind since the edition in the Bahamas in 2017.